Deserted factories tower over a forgotten world, their dark corridors a resting place for age-old machinery. But among the decayed contraptions, mysterious data cassettes also reside, holding secrets from a time long gone.
Descend into abandoned factories in search of lost cassette tapes that hold boundless virtual worlds. Explore, manipulate, and distort the tapes to make them reveal their secrets. Solve mechanical puzzles and map the winding halls of these empty monoliths. Will you be able to find the way out, or what has happened?
A Small Radios Big Televisions Linux release?
“The engine used is custom built, it’s based on C++ and OpenGL. I’ve never done any Linux development myself but the tech is such that porting it is not out of the question. At this point we’re just waiting to see what reception is like on launch, and if there’s enough demand for a Linux version we’ll consider that path.”
We started a Small Radios Big Televisions Steam Discussion for Linux support, the more votes we get, the more likely we will see a native port.
From Adult Swim Games and FIRE FACE, Small Radios Big Televisions invites you to scour the winding halls of its empty monoliths, solve mechanical puzzles, and discover the boundless worlds contained in lost cassette tapes. Fit the cassettes into your tape deck, explore virtual environments, and warp data to assemble the story behind the abandoned factories.
Inspired by a love for analog devices, retrowave music, and the delightful fragility of physical media, Small Radios Big Televisions promises an incomparable world-bending adventure.
Small Radios Big Televisions releases on PC with a 20% launch discount until November 15th.
About Adult Swim Games
Adult Swim Games oversees the production, publishing and marketing of original games created by independent developers from around the world. With more than 200 games across PC, mobile, web, console and VR, Adult Swim Games’ unique offerings have received numerous industry accolades — including four #1 rankings in the App Store and a finalist for the Seumas McNally Grand Prize at IGF. Popular titles include Robot Unicorn Attack, Pocket Mortys, Duck Game, and the upcoming Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove.